Having a Detailed Look at the Event Model

You've dealt with the basics of client/server sessions, and peer-to-peer as well. However, thus far you haven't really gotten into the advanced features of networking or how to use them. This chapter will begin to look further into how you should create an efficient networking layer.

You've looked at a few of the possible events that can be fired during the course of a networking session, but haven't yet looked at the exhaustive list and why they actually occur. Some of these events will not occur for certain class types, so the text will be sure to mention which class the event applies to. Without further ado, the events:

  • ApplicationDescriptionChanged— Applies to Peer, Server, and Client. This event ...

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